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UPSIZE are a five piece rock band from Brisbane, Australia.

Forming in 2003, the bands music has been described as “old-fashioned, dirty rock” which is “reminiscent of the glory days of Aussie rock’n’roll”. (DCR - Time Off, Aug 2 2006)

Their official website is
www.upsizerocks.com


Band members:

Matt Kurth (vocals)
David O’Connor (guitar, backing vocals)
Martin Duffy (guitar)
Sean Metcalfe (bass, backing vocals)
Rick Ashe (drums)

Past members:

Richard McLennan (drums 2003-2005)


UPSIZE Recording output:
West End Delicacy (LP) 2007
One Man Stereo (EP) 2005
Talk Show (EP) 2004


UPSIZE have performed at many of Brisbane’s premier rock venues, headlining at clubs like The Living Room and The Zoo as well as at regional SE Queensland venues.

The band has supported high profile acts such as The Angels, The Radiators, Airborne, Dead Letter Circus, Meloddysey, The Presidents Bush, Mammal, Iron On and Transport.

REVIEWS

“Playing overtime on the M+M stereo this week is a track called Contagious which is just that, with loads of crunchy guitar, thumping drums and a powerhouse vocal performance”. (Noel Mengel - The Courier Mail, Aug 17 2006)

“UPSIZE have created an EP of old-fashioned, dirty rock songs reminiscent of the glory days of Aussie rock’n’roll”. (DCR - Time Off, Aug 2 2006)

“The mongrel-factor is upsized significantly as headliners UPSIZE unleash some ’70s-style rock.” (Michaela McGuire - Time Off, June 2 2006 - The Living Room)

“UPSIZE, another Brissy based band, with their amalgamation of 70’s style Guitar Rock and Powderfinger-esque style, were in my opinion the best of the Fest.” (Amy Stannard - Q Mag, October 1 2005 - Get Set Fest)

Jan 2008


Edited by GuitarBassDrums on 31 Jan 2008, 13:12

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